The Commonplace Can Be Extraordinary
By merging seemingly incompatible worlds, I create spatial compositions that generate poetic images; new experiential environments where fiction and reality meet and, little by little, emerge. I alter images of nature and explore the sixth sense or instinct of the natural world, as well as the primordial sense of purity and beauty it contains.
My work is based on the notion of instinct as the intimate and immediate perception of an idea or situation with no logical reasoning. I place emphasis on the ambiguous nature of images that can be understood in different ways or give rise to different interpretations and, in so doing, I uphold uncertainty.
These works veer inward, a natural respite where another time reigns.
Images that pull the gaze in. The possibility of sinking slowly into silent underwater worlds.